What you will learn
Develop your diagnostic skills while working in our diagnosing and repairing labs. Learn about engine systems, engine maintenance, steering, suspension and braking systems and electrical and electronic components.
- Effective workplace maintenance and safety
- High-risk automotive systems and safety
- Engine systems
- Fuel and emission systems
- Driveline systems
- Transmissions systems
- Climate control
- Vehicle safety systems
- Body control systems
- Wiring systems
- Braking systems
- Suspension systems
- Steering systems
- Wheels and tyres
All students must be employed in an appropriate automotive job full-time to complete this programme, as well as the below criteria:
Successful completion of the New Zealand Certificate in Automotive Engineering (Level 3), or equivalent skills and knowledge.
Funding your study
Government's Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF)
These programmes are FREE under TTAF, covering; compulsory tuition fees, compulsory course costs and compulsory student services fees. Visit tec.govt.nz for more information about TTAF.